Mutual hatred of things may prove better compatibility than mutual interests between partners.
Tag: Annie Vainshtein
Big Sur may never be the same again, but that might be a good thing
Because of recent weather, the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge is beyond repair. But for some, this may be a good thing.
Cal Poly students protest potential CSU tuition hikes
The CSU will vote on the tuition hike on March 22.
SLO county firefighters to climb 69 floors for cancer
SLO firefighters will climb in honor of Mateo, a six-year old and child of a Cal Poly employee who has been battling leukemia since he was three.
Lyft vs. Uber: The politics behind our everyday choices
Corporations are not only judged by their services, but also by the political views they hold.
The long, strange trip of a Cal Poly professor
His past doesn’t really make any sense, but it’s not supposed to.
Heidi Harmon inaugurated as SLO mayor, new city council members sworn in
There was a sense of exodus and new beginnings as Jan Marx led her last city council meeting as mayor of San Luis Obispo on Friday at City Hall. Over 300 members of the community gathered at noon to watch the mayoral inauguration of Heidi Harmon, welcome new city council members Andy Pease and Aaron […]
Professor suggests the pathway to diabetes is one we may overlook
What causes Type 2 diabetes? For most, the answer seems clear: obesity is the top risk factor. But Cal Poly kinesiology professor Marilyn Tseng thinks there may be something else that plays a crucial role. Before she started teaching at Cal Poly, Tseng worked at the Fox Chase Cancer Center, a research hospital in Philadelphia. […]
Can we really connect?
Student distress is on the rise. According to a 2014 study by the American College Health Association, almost half of students reported feeling hopeless within the last 12 months of that year. Cal Poly counselors say this mirrors what they see daily. No one knows why: stress, peer pressure, hookup culture, lack of diversity and […]
Buddhism’s calm approach to politics
With a day left before one of the most contentious elections in recent history, many are finding their lives consumed by political news. One Cal Poly professor with a new book on Buddhism and politics says we may be setting ourselves up for unnecessary distress. Political science professor Matthew J. Moore’s first book, “Buddhism and […]
Unmuting voices with ‘Current Solutions’
The project is an online platform designed to facilitate conversations about sexual assault, abuse and gender inequality.